Meet Bryan Baker. Bryan began off-roading more than 30 years ago and has been active these past two years. He owns a 2006 TJ Rubicon and his favorite trail in Pennsylvania is the Rausch Creek Off Road Park.
Here are some build specs for Bryan’s Jeep:
• 5.5” Rubicon Express Long Arm Lift
• 37” Mickey Thompson MTX Bajas
• Bushwacker Fender Flares
Read more about Bryan’s TJ below.
Since I was a little boy, I’ve always wanted a Black Jeep wrangler. Knowing the price of them I knew it was unlikely that I would get one for my first vehicle. 6 years after getting my license and a lot of saving, I went and got my first Jeep wrangler. It might have been all stock, but in my mind it was a project that needed to fit my personality. I knew I wanted to lift it and put some aggressive tires on it, so that was my first modification. Now 10 months later, I think I’m just about done( or so I say).
*Procomp 31 series
*3″ Daystar lift
I am a long time jeep owner as I restored a 1948 Willys Pickup as a father-son project back in high school. So began my love for the round eyed buck toothed vehicle that we all love. A Ford Fiesta-Subaru Wagon-Ford Ranger-Chevy S10-BMW M3-Mazda CX7 and 27 years later, I finally decided it was time after Jeep came out with the Pentastar. After adding a K&N Filter, PowerAid Throttle Body Spacer and MagnaFlow Exhaust, The Punisher is over 300HP now and jumps at the chance to pass slower cars on the highway